Event ticketing firm ShowClix is benefitting from its recent focus on pop-up museums after announcing a number of new partnerships.

The Patron Technology division, which recently hit the $1bn benchmark in total sales, is a full-service event technology provider of ticketing, marketing, and on-site operations to the live events industry. Its clients include New York Comic Con and Brooklyn Museum, as well as other fandom conventions, museums, festivals, attractions, and consumer shows.

The company has welcomed partnerships with a number of pop-up museums so far in 2018, including Color Factory and Museum of Selfies, and believes its success is down to its virtual queue capability which provides attractions with the power to seamlessly control massive, high-demand ticket on-sales.

ShowClix also said its timed entry functionality enables pop-up organisers to easily sell tickets for individual time slots, allowing for smooth admissions and a more interactive attendee experience.

“Pop-up museums and other interactive experience events rely on flexible ticketing technology and an easy purchase flow to sell several thousand tickets as quickly as possible,” said Jim Barczak, ShowClix senior director of sales and client relations.

“Our solution excels in these areas. We offer customisable ticketing functionality, marketing assistance, and on-site operations that attract and successfully support so many amazing partners in this space.”

Image: Museum of Selfies